The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM) produces a magazine called Horizons, and 2015 marked their 125th anniversary. To celebrate, they wanted to make this edition of the magazine really special. I created the illustration for the cover and five section openers for countries they wanted to highlight. On the printed cover, everything orange is gold foil stamped.
Trevecca Field Day is a day where incoming freshmen to Trevecca Nazarene University get to go off campus and participate in fun activities such as building boats out of cardboard boxes and racing them across a lake.
The goal behind the conference is to inspire pastors, church leaders, parachurch leaders and students toward compassion ministry and equip them with quality, proven and effective models for engagement in compassion and social justice. The conference aims to show the connection between the Great Commission and biblical justice, and set out the theology, and practical steps for ministry. Participants will be challenged by a variety of speakers including, Dr. Tim Green, as well as those serving in the field sharing about their personal experiences with social issues such as Human Trafficking and Creation Care.
Got an unused musical instrument sitting around collecting dust? Instruments of Joy will be glad to take it off your hands and give it to people in the developing world who have great talent, but could never afford an instrument of their own. They wanted branding and printed materials to reflect their home-grown mission with a Nashville flare.
A wedding invitation, program, and table numbers designed for my good friends Scott and Jenn. Photography by the amazing Kristin Sweeting!
Odd Bird Wine started out as a fun screen printing project, and grew into a logo and a bottle label. I fell in love with the strange bird illustrations found in Indian decor and Henna art.
How to Plant a Business is an organization that provides seminars, classes, and services to help entrepreneurs build a firm foundation and grow their businesses. The first question they ask is "what is your acorn?", meaning "what is your passion?". They wanted a brand completely centered on the concept of growing great businesses around a passion.
I created this illustration while attending Watkins College of Art & Design. The assignment was to create an illustration of either angels or devils, using imagery found in magazines. The final illustration was assembled using encaustic collage techniques.
My husband and I had an art-deco themed wedding. We have an obsession art-deco typography, posters, and all things Frank Lloyd Wright.